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Air Date: June 24th, 2015

Network: USA

Series Summary
A young programmer who suffers from an antisocial disorder connects with people by hacking them.

Rating: TV14

Genres: Drama, Suspense, Crime drama


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  • Mr. Robot season 3 is quick to prove its building excellence. It’s apparent that Esmail learned from the mistakes he made in his strong, if frankly overloaded, second season, and that he understands what it is that drew fans into his show in the first place. Show More

  • The show’s centerpiece remains Malek’s mesmerizing turn as Elliot, as well as his chemistry with Slater‘s Mr. Robot. Excavating that much emotion from deadpan narration is a tough gig, but Malek continues to find new shades of neutral both in voiceover and in his scenes. Show More

  • With just two episodes made available for review, it’s difficult to say yet whether or not Mr. Robot will be able to produce a second season as wild and seductive as the first. But the show remains an artfully constructed receptacle for our cyber-paranoia, whether directed at the government, or capitalism, or technology, or most pressingly, one’s ability to betray oneself, with hallucinations or selective memory or--worst of all--a self-serving notion of the right thing to do. Show More

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Nominated Outstanding Drama Series
Nominated Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series
Winner Best Television Series - Drama